Here in the Canadian Rockies, it has to be said that we are incredibly spoiled by Mother Nature. During summer days, the natural colours in Mother Nature’s Rockies’ palette are deep turquoise blue, dark alpine green, wild flower sunshine yellow, magenta pink sunset skies. Come the winter time, as the temperatures drop south of zero in Banff National Park, it’s all about the purity of white, dusted with a silver sparkle as the sunshine hits the snow.

So, what about the ‘in-between’? In my mind, Fall season is still hugely underrated. Between the time of September and late October, Ms. Nature doesn’t fail – in fact, she goes and knocks your hiking socks off. There’s no shoulder season here. Days remain warm enough to retain the iconic, ice blue colour of Lake Louise’s world-known, iconic lakes.

This is a collection of shots that show the remarkable beauty of Fall in the Lake Louise area, captured by talented artists and photographers; both residents and visitors embracing Lake Louise in all her Fall glory.

A cabin by the lake? Instagrammer bait.

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The secret to being a full time wanderer is to also be a full time latergrammer. #honestcaptions

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On fire. No, not the Californian kind. 🔥

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What are you waiting for? #plshiremecanadatourismboard

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